News from the College of Education & Human Development

CEHD News Articles, page 3

SPAD Students Earning Class Credits at PGA


The 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla may be weeks away, but a group of students in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) Sports Administration (SPAD) program will begin a three-credit-hour class at the course this week. The master's level class is a hands-on study in corporate hospitality at sports events. Read More »

Athlete’s Use of Twitter Analyzed in Study


Dr. Marion Hambrick, assistant professor with the CEHD's Department of Health and Sport Sciences, and colleagues, Jimmy Sanderson of Clemson University, and Evan Frederick of University of New Mexico, conducted a study of Lance Armstrong's communications on Twitter before and after the doping scandal. Read More »

CEHD Student Receives Fulbright Scholarship


Hunter Pittman, a sport administration and anthropology major, was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant scholarship to Brazil. Read More »

Greenville Next Stop for OLL Program


The CEHD bachelor's degree program, Organizational Leadership and Learning (OLL) will be the focus of an information and student recruitment session that will be held at the Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, KY. Members of the Kentucky National Guard and the general public are invited to attend. Read More »

Larson Appointed as New CEHD Dean


It was announced today that Dr. Ann Larson will be the new Dean of the College of Education and Human Development. Read More »



Harrie Buecker, liaison for district and school partnerships, along with Tim Foster, principal at Cochran Elementary School, and Staci Eddleman, principal of Westport Middle School, presented at the 2014 Professional Development Schools National Conference about the CEHD's clinical model of teacher preparation. Read More »

CEHD Receives $75,000 for Soldier Training Program


The Soldier-Athlete in Training (SAIT) program is a key initiative involving UofL’s Office of the President, the Office of Military Initiatives and Partnerships, and the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) with the Ft. Knox Army Base and Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB). Read More »

CEHD Students Participate in Posters at the Capitol


Kristi King, assistant professor with the Department of Health and Sport Sciences, and students working with her on the Meade County Activity Center Project, were presenters at Posters at the Capitol. Read More »

Planetarium to Host Mardi Gras Party


UofL Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium will host a Mardi Gras party on Sunday, March 23, 1:30 - 5 p.m. Read More »